File:Santa Giulia 4.jpg

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  • Italiano: Il primo dei due ritratti gemelli in bronzo dorato di Claudio II "il Gotico" (268/269 d.C.). I busti in bronzo dorato, cinque di imperatori e uno di imperatrice, furono nascosti sotto il tempio capitolino a Brescia, assieme ad altri oggetti in metallo pregiato, in previsione del rischio d'un saccheggio della città nel IV/V secolo, e lì dimenticati fino al 1826. Sono esposti al Museo di Santa Giulia a Brescia..
  • English: The first one of the two twin bronze busts of Claudius II "the Gothic" (268/269 d.C.). The gilded bronze portraits, five of Roman emperors and one of an empress, were hidden beneath the Capitoline temple in Brescia, together with other bronze objects, to prevent the consequences of a possible sack of the town in the 4th or 5th century, and unearthed only in 1826. They are now exhibited in the archaeological Santa Giulia Museum, in Brescia, Italy.
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This is not Claudius Goticus, it is Aurelian

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current20:52, 29 September 2005Thumbnail for version as of 20:52, 29 September 20051,536 × 2,304 (1.62 MB)Ronan.guilloux (talk | contribs)Brescia, Museo di Santa Giulia
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